Boyne Mountain Loop

Boyne Falls, Michigan

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The sculpted slopes of the Boyne Mountain Ski Area are visible from miles away, but what is not apparent is the skinny singletrack hiding in the nearby forest. Hand cut by local fat-tire enthusiasts, these trails create a maze of steep cross-country ski trails and singletracks. The route here follows portions of the Grand Prix Race Loop and Superbowl Loop; however, as development marches forward at Boyne, sections of the Grand Prix Loop are disappearing. An alternative route is described just in case a large portion of Grand Prix disappears altogether. Tread: 0.5 mile of paved road, 9.2 miles of singletrack and ski trail.
Mountain Biking Michigan

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Mountain Biking Michigan

by Erin Fanning and Keith Radwanski (Falcon Guides)

The sculpted slopes of the Boyne Mountain Ski Area are visible from miles away, but what is not apparent is the skinny singletrack hiding in the nearby forest. Hand cut by local fat-tire enthusiasts, these trails create a maze of steep cross-country ski trails and singletracks.

The route here follows portions of the Grand Prix Race Loop and Superbowl Loop; however, as development marches forward at Boyne, sections of the Grand Prix Loop are disappearing. An alternative route is described just in case a large portion of Grand Prix disappears altogether. Tread: 0.5 mile of paved road, 9.2 miles of singletrack and ski trail.

©  Erin Fanning and Keith Radwanski/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Boyne Falls
Distance: 9.7
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Duration: 1.5 - 2.5 hours
Season: Best spring through fall
Local Contacts: Boyne Mountain Ski Area
Local Maps: USGS Boyne Falls
Driving Directions: Directions to Boyne Mountain Loop

Recent Trail Reviews

10/10/2007
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Overall a fun ride. The sandy soil was quite a treat and challenge. The first mile was fun for my 10 year old who is just starting singletrack riding. There are a couple fall line climbs that could benefit from some IMBA trail solutions. Thanks to the ski resort for giving access to this gem.



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Apr 2018